“No Mind”: Is it to learn to accept how the Drama is?

One of the aspects to realize about the Brahma Kumaris path, is that it is a path for the head, the intellect. Love is only intellectual there, as its expression is limited. That is not “bad” at all, as Brahma Kumaris fulfills an important role for those “chosen” to go through that path.
The word “Drama” is such an intellectual concept. 

Brahma Kumaris has established an explanation on how Life works and what humans need to DO to claim the biggest reward of all, a “high status” in the Golden Age, Paradise.

Most individuals are used to that way of thinking. There is a goal to pursue, a worthwhile goal which will be eternal and repetitive. An objective which is the highest. This way of thinking is merely an intellectual extrapolation of the conditioning of our society, that is why; the masses can accept it.

“I” may not have a good social position now. I may not be popular, rich, etc. However, “I” was chosen by God to be a Brahmin soul and with that “I” was given the right to my “fortune.”

The amount of “I-ness” is unbelievable. However, most will not realize it. Why? Because there is no awareness as long as we are within the system. Quitting the Brahma Kumaris is not cure, for our mainstream society follows the same, although in a more “material” way. The intellect rules in both paths.

“Spirituality” (Living Life in joy) is beyond any concept. Beyond any tales of salvation. Beyond any neat explanation on how we could be someone “special” in this life and the afterlife.

A child does not have concepts to believe . He lives his life fully. He is what he is. He is not concerned in labeling and identifying who he is. The stories, the concepts, the research, will come later in Life. He will be conditioned to believe that the world of the mind is the “real thing.”

To live like a child, authentic living, we may need to go through deconditioning.
Going back again? You may ask.
Yes. But it is different. An adult who knows about the experience of the conceptual mind will know what others are going through. He will understand for he has experience. A child does not have that experience yet. He does not know.

There is no need to know any theoretical, conceptual knowledge. Living life fully, out of the mind, is what revitalizes a human being. That experience is all.
“No-mind” is not about acceptance of anything. It is not about realization of something. It is a state of Being. The easiest way to describe it, is by observing a child. It does not mean that we need to “follow” as many will do with a “master.” It just means to recognize that once we were like that, and now we are something different. It is in that awareness how change starts again; but we trap ourselves with all the acquisitions (mental and material) and “goodies” that we have obtained through the powers of the mind-full theoretical conception of Life. It is difficult to let it go and go back to being child-like.

“No-mind” is not a concept to attain. It is an experience. It is within us, but all these ideas of BECOMING someone “better” or ACHIEVING something for ourselves will not allow us to experience that experience once again.

Such is the Drama/Life. 🙂

For the common good.

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